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The Correspondence of Sigmund Freud and Sándor Ferenczi, Volume 1: 1908-1914
Freud, Sigmund and Sándor Ferenczi | Edited by Eva Brabant, Ernst Falzeder and Patrizia Giampieri-Deutsch | Translated by Pet
Belknap Press / Hardcover / 1994-01-01 / 0674174186
Freud
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Volume 1 of the three-volume Freud-Ferenczi correspondence closes with Freud's letter from Vienna, dated June 28, 1914, to his younger colleague in Budapest: "I am writing under the impression of the surprising murder in Sarajevo, the consequences of which cannot be foreseen." "Now," he continues in a more familiar vein, "to our affairs!" The nation-shattering events of World War I form a somber canvas for "our affairs" and the exchanges of the two correspondents in volume 2 (July 1914 through December 1919). Uncertainty pervades these letters: Will Ferenczi be called up? Will food and fuel--and cigar--shortages continue? Will Freud's three enlisted sons and son-in-law come through intact? And, will Freud's "problem-child," psychoanalysis, survive the war?
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